Terrorists of Sipah Sahaba shot martyr a Shia Muslim trader in Kohat, Pakistan

Terrorists of Sipah Sahaba shot martyr a Shia Muslim trader in Kohat, Pakistan

ASWJ Sipah Sahaba terrorists shot martyr a Shia trader in Kohat’s KDA area on Sunday.

AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): ASWJ Sipah Sahaba terrorists shot martyr a Shia trader in Kohat’s KDA area on Sunday.

Qaiser Imran son of Zamin Hussain embraced martyrdom at his shop in the KDA area of Kohat.

He was sitting at his shop and two people were standing on the other side. Suddenly, a terrorist with apparent anti-Covid mask came with a pistol.

The CCTV camera footage showed the terrorist repeatedly fired at him and fled the scene without any intervention.

Two persons who were standing also ran away to seek shelter.

Originally, Shia Muslim trader Qaiser Imran who embraced martyrdom, belongs to district Hangu.

Shia Muslims in Pakistan have suffered from pogrom and genocide since 1980s due to U.S.-Saudi alliance that gave birth to hatemongering Deobandi violent extremists and terrorists.

Nowadays, notorious Deobandi takfiri terrorist cleric Mohammad Ahmed Ludhianvi who leads outlawed Sipah Sahaba (ASWJ) (LeJ) had publicly threatened targeting Shia Muslims.

Violation of constitutionally-guaranteed rights of Shia Muslim citizens of Pakistan

On the one hand, fanatic of Tehreek Labbaik and outlawed Sipah Sahaba (ASWJ-Lashkar Jhangvi) Ludhianvi group have launched pogrom against Shiite Muslims across Pakistan.

And on the other, State authorities have launched a discriminatory crackdown on Shia Muslims which, critics say, power that be launched on dictation from Saudi regime.

Ironically, under Saudi Wahhabi monarchy’s orders, their henchmen are filing false blasphemy cases against Shia Muslims.

Independent analysts have been drawing attention of incessant violation of constitutionally-guaranteed rights of Shia Muslim citizens of Pakistan.

Pakistan Bar Council and SCBA officials have expressed concern over selective and discriminatory policy of the government which targets Shia Muslims.

Surge in (false) blasphemy cases against Shia community also alarmed Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.





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